File:Snow-cholera-map-1.jpg

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Description Original map made by John Snow in 1854. Cholera cases are highlighted in black.
Date 1854
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Published by C.F. Cheffins, Lith, Southhampton Buildings, London, England, 1854 in Snow, John. On the Mode of Communication of Cholera, 2nd Ed, John Churchill, New Burlington Street, London, England, 1855.

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http://matrix.msu.edu/~johnsnow/images/online_companion/chapter_images/fig12-5.jpg)
Author John Snow
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This image is in the public domain due to its age. Author died in 1858, material is public domain.
Other versions http://nl.wikibooks.org/wiki/Bestand:Snow-cholera-map.jpg

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  • 2006-12-30 23:15 Rewardiv 3045×2840×8 (1183741 bytes) Original map made by John Snow in 1854, copied from http://matrix.msu.edu/~johnsnow/images/online_companion/chapter_images/fig12-5.jpg Author died in 1858, material is public domain.

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